Situated in the centre of the historic North Yorkshire village of Kirk Deighton, close to Leeds’ Harrogate, The Bay Horse is a legendary public house. With a menu consisting primarily of British traditional dishes – think classic haddock, whole sea bream and lamb’s liver – this fantastic restaurant and pub has become a meeting point where the local community can drink, eat and be merry. Found on Main Street in a lovely green and white building, The Bay Horse is a local favourite and a popular spot for visitors from across Harrogate.
A gastropub serving an array of delicious British dishes and seafood specialties, as well as several tasty brews and ciders, The Bay Horse in North Yorkshire’s Kirk Deighton is a hotspot for locals looking to enjoy a relaxed evening in a beautiful setting. This quirky and charming, rural pub oozes character like nothing else and is the perfect place to while the day away, enjoying exceptional food, real ales and wine, and good company. With a focus on ensuring The Bay Horse a consistent source of great cuisine and delicious drinks for locals and gastronomes from Harrogate, Leeds and across the UK, this humble spot is only going from strength to strength.
Traditional British cooking is the foundation of The Bay Horse, found up picturesque Kirk Deighton’s Main Street, as well as amazing desserts and an extensive beverage selection. Start off with an appetiser like prawn lollipops served with a sweet chilli dipping sauce or smooth chicken liver pate. Move on to satisfying mains like the peppercorn chicken (juicy chicken breast, slow-cooked in a creamy peppercorn sauce served with chips or rice), the Godfather burger (British beef patty topped with melted cheese, barbecue pulled pork, bacon, fried egg, mushrooms, salad and onion rings) or the 10oz rump steak, served with crinkle cut chips. Got a serious appetite? Whether you’re a Leeds or Harrogate local, or on a serious expedition to cover the UK’s best gastropubs, make your reservation today.
Good food, good quantity, good service, good value. A warm welcome with great real ales cosy atmosphere and busy, always a good sign of a successful restaurant
Good service & great food - will be back ! The staff were very friendly and the food arrived very quickly. Good sized portions & good value. restaurant was quiet so we had a choice of places to sit. Good beers as well. Back to how it used to be a few years ago.
We had a very enjoyable lunch of lamb pie and a Yorkshire pudding wrap. Both served with the beat chips I have eaten in a long time. Dessert was a chocolate cherry pudding with clotted cream; so good I could quite happily go back and have it again. The service was very friendly